Ten things to do in Colorado during spring break

Things To Do In Colorado During Spring Break

Spring in Colorado is perfect for families because of this beautiful state’s various activities. From serene views to snow-filled mountains, there’s something for everyone.  Instead of reading through a million different travel reviews, I’ve put together a family-friendly list of ten things to do in Colorado during spring break that will create an unforgettable spring…

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Ten Tips for Spring Cleaning and Decluttering

Tips For Spring Cleaning And Decluttering

Spring is upon us, and you know what that means? It’s time to start getting our homes in the best shape after a long, cold winter.  Getting organized and performing a nice, deep clean not only helps your home feel fresh and renewed but also keeps your home healthy for your family. When it comes…

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Eight Unique Ways To Celebrate International Women’s Day

Celebrate International Women's Day

International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women worldwide. It’s not just a day to reflect on the successes women have made thus far but also a call to action for accelerating gender equality. Women have made great strides in creating a more inclusive society, but we still have a…

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12 Best Summer Camp Tips – Every Parent In Colorado Needs to Know

Summer Camp Tips

If you’re like me, you’re already starting to think about what the summer will bring. As parents, it’s never too early to start planning, crossing the T’s, dotting the I’s, and trying to have some game plan set up to make the days run smoother. Think about it – summer isn’t that far away! Summer…

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Before the New Year’s Resolution, Do End-of-Year Reflection

End Of Year Reflection

We are approximately three weeks before the end of the year and we all know, the New Year’s Resolution juices are starting to flow. Before you lock and load on your 2022 resolution, I invite you to do an end-of-year reflection. I have used a few different frameworks and I will share what has worked…

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5 New and Unique Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving

Unique Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving

I love Thanksgiving because it is about gratitude. I cease the day to introspect and count the blessings of my life and yes, I joyfully participate in the feast as well. On a recent hike, I came up with these new and unique ways to celebrate Thanksgiving. What if we made Thanksgiving about simplicity versus…

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A complete Halloween guide for working moms and dads

Halloween Guide For Working Moms

Halloween is only a few days away. So here’s a complete Halloween guide for working moms and dads. This fun event often turns into a stressful one when you put pressure on yourself to do it perfectly. A perfectly decorated house, perfect costumes, or hosting an amazing party which neither you nor your kids enjoy.…

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5 Fun & easy screen-free summer activities for kids

Screen-free Summer Activities For Kids

“Mom, I’m bored.” Who hasn’t heard that from their kiddo in the summer season? Weekday or weekend, it’s no different: elementary school kid at home is equal to hearing “that” statement over and over and over… As much as it is tempting to give these kids a screen to quiet them down for just a…

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6 Unique Summer Birthday Party Ideas for Kids

Summer Birthday Party Ideas for Kids

My boy turned 9 this year. Rather than doing what we have always done, a birthday party at a children’s party place, I decided to do something unique this year. Truth be told, we had to postpone his party because of rain but the unique themes and idea still stand. Without further ado, here are…

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Must follow guide for parents: summer safety tips for kids

Summer Safety Tips For Kids

The summer season is upon us and I have prepared an extensive guide on summer safety tips for kids that every parent must follow. My son and I were in Tennessee all week last week, visiting my mom. My son (who is turning 9 this week) has gotten into Geocaching. I have to admit, I…

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